The people now called Native Americans migrated in several waves from what is now called Siberia 10 to 30 thousand years ago, and spread throughout North and South America.
Up here there are many Lakota people and any I've ever spoken to say that they are "Native Americans". I believe that to be true.
How 250 Siberians Became the First Native Americans. Native people with their llama in Sacred Valley, Cusco, Peru. The Americas are a big place, but the Native American group that first settled it was small — just about 250 people, according to a new genetic study.
Amazing that such a small group survived. Of course, there may have been many other such groups that did not survive.
Ask Custer! He knows!
Custer tried to Sioux the Native Americans, but lost the case.